This is the longest movie ever: it has been transmitted for 13.798 billions years, now, and still is one of the most fascinating movies ever.
Today we're used to cities, with their bright lights, the noise of cars, the smell of pollution. So much used that we don't even notice that any more.
Then, one day, you have the chance to find yourself in an empty space, you look up in the sky, and it looks like the very first time you actually see it: the night sky.
You turn you head around, you look at all those stars... some are even more than stars, you recognise the Andromeda Galaxy. It's something as far as 1.5 million light years from you, but tonight you feel you could almost touch it.
This is how people spend their time in the desert, at night: watching the Tuareg Televion.
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